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A Debt Never Paid
Imagine a World where one minute you are in the jungles of Belize and the next you are in the harsh environment of the British Prison System. Extraordinarily, this is what happened to George J. Walker. Neither a hero, nor master criminal, George J. Walker is just a normal person who has led a remarkable life. Follow his authentic, revealing journey as he comes of age, joins the British Army, then ends up with the challenge of surviving the Victorian built prisons of England. An inordinate true story primarily set in the nineteen eighties!
The Debt Doctor
This is a thoroughly practical and pragmatic guide for anyone involved in helping people out of debt - and keeping them out of it. Explained in jargon-free terms, it offers a comprehensive manual for every aspect of debt counselling, including: establishing the scale of the problem, facing reality/emergency action, sorting minor and serious debt problems, prioritising debts/types of debt, budgeting, dealing with creditors/negotiating debts, maximising income, insolvency, debt and the law...and more.
Debts, Deficits And Dilemmas
A primer on how the 2007-08 financial crisis continues to shape today's economy.
This short guide brings together the five recent Economist briefs on aspects of the financial crisis and its consequences, into a single, short A-format paperback and e-book, with an introduction by Zanny Minton Beddoes.
The sections are:
Zanny Minton Beddoes introduces the five Economist's Economics articles and explains the significance of the financial crisis for the current state of global economy and its prospects.
The origins of the financial crisis. The effects of the financial crisis are still being felt five years on. What were its causes?
The dangers of debt. The role debt and deleveraging have played in the turmoil. Monetary policy after the crash.
The unconventional methods central bankers have adopted to stimulate growth in the wake of the crisis. Stimulus v. austerity. The surge in public debt and the debate about how quickly governments should cut back.
Making banks safe. The best way to make banks safer without killing lending.
About the Author
Zanny Minton Beddoes is The Economist's Economics Editor, based in Washington DC